I would be really grateful if someone knows a downloadable version of the software Subtitle Workshop for Mac. Is there such a thing?
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Probably you'll have to try running SW under WINE ("debug mode").
Last edited by El Heggunte; 20th Mar 2010 at 19:53.
OK, thanks. I'll try that.
Jubler's quite awful. It's always off by at least 200ms, doesn't allow live preview of the video + subs, doesn't have an internal dictionary.
Sadly there still is no Mac program I am aware of that can touch Subtitle Workshop to date. The ease with which it syncs, sets times properly, etc. is unrivaled. Of course, it still needs to be paired with Subtitle Edit for spell check and to fix common errors.
Why is no one developing a decent subtitling application for Mac OS X? Does anyone know if Subtitle Workshop works on Mac with Crossover?
For my needs, I've been using ccextractor for backing up my DVD's.
I don't need any other language than English, so it's been quite the workhorse for me and what's better is that I don't have to tell an OCR what characters to use (on windows I'm quite fond of Subrip) while it's working its' magic.
Granted, it's not infallible plus you have to use the command line/Terminal.app, but I really like it.
I'm slowly starting to delve into Xcode so I can create a GUI for it, but unfortunately I have to develop it on Tiger.
My trusty old G4 does all my ripping/converting so I can use my "hackintosh" for work.